Nayland, Suffolk ( Sold STC ) Guide Price £335,000

Cottage         2 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        2 reception room(s)

A two bedroom (one en-suite) mid-terrace period cottage enjoying Grade II listed status comprising two reception rooms and further benefits from landscaped gardens.

Contact David Burr Leavenheath on 01206 263007 or email leavenheath@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • A charming village property
  • Wealth of period features
  • Inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers, leaded-light windows
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Ground-floor shower room
  • 2 first-floor bedrooms and bathroom
  • An impressive 130ft rear garden
  • Walking distance to village amenities
  • Colchester 6 miles

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Estimated Monthly Rental Income: £950.00

Estimated Yield Income: 3.4%


PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: An exceptionally well presented two bedroom (one en-suite) mid-terrace period cottage, centrally located within the historic village of Nayland. Located on the Suffolk/Essex border and lying within the Dedham Vale area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the property is well-suited as a either a principal residence, additional/investment property or as a holiday cottage. Having been subject to an extensive programme of restorative improvements by the current owners the accommodation is brimming with character with notable period features including an array of exposed timbers and stud-work, leaded light casement windows, inglenook fireplace, fitted shaker style kitchen with oak preparation surfaces and integrated appliances.
Further benefits to the property include landscaped gardens, tiered over a number of levels with fence-lined border, summerhouse with a raised deck terrace, flourishing flower beds and a timber-framed external store.


Panelled timber door opening to:

SITTING ROOM: 16' 3" x 12' 0" into fireplace (4.96m x 3.66m into fireplace) With leaded light casement window range to front elevation and an array of exposed timbers and studwork. The focal point of the room is a brick inglenook fireplace with hearth, inset woodburning stove and bressummer beam over. Twin doors opening to corner store, timbered opening to kitchen/breakfast room.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 14' 7" x 8' 6" (4.45m x 2.61m) Fitted with a matching range of shaker-style base and wall units comprising soft-close cutlery draws, deep-fill pan drawers, curved corner units and fold-out wall units. An extensive range of oak preparation surfaces provide a finish very much in keeping with the remainder of the cottage, notable further features include a ceramic butler sink unit and fitted appliances including a Neff double-oven with a hide and slide door, microwave oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The oak surfaces extend to provide a seating area with strip-wood effect flooring and underfloor heating. Panel-glazed double doors opening to the rear gardens.

DINING ROOM: 15' 8" x 9' 2" (4.80m x 2.81m) With leaded light casement window range to front, array of exposed timber and studwork. Stripped engineered oak flooring and useful corner storage units.

SHOWER ROOM: 8' 1" x 3' 6" (2.48m x 1.07m) Partly tiled and fitted with wash handbasin, tiled flooring throughout and fully tiled separately screened shower unit. Wall-mounted heated towel radiator and glass screen to rear.

First-floor

BEDROOM 1: 15' 9" x 11' 7" (4.82m x 3.55m) With windows to front and rear, useful fitted corner storage units and hatch to the loft. Door with Suffolk latch and step down to:

BEDROOM 2: 10' 4" x 8' 5" (3.15m x 2.59m) With casement window range to front, extensive fitted wardrobe units and door with Suffolk latch to:

EN-SUITE BATHROOM: 8' 5" x 4' 9" (2.57m x 1.46m) Fitted with ceramic WC, oval ceramic wash hand basin within a glass-fronted storage unit, bath with tiling above and a wall-mounted heated towel radiator and Velux window to rear.

Outside The property enjoys a central village location, positioned on Bear Street amidst an array of individual listed buildings. Conveniently located for the Ofsted 'outstanding' rated village primary school, Littlegarth Independent Preparatory school, village butchers, public house, River Stour and range of countryside walks and public footpaths.

The rear gardens are one of the properties most vibrant features with a wealth of colour, various walkways, raised beds, summerhouse setting a raised deck terrace, useful timber framed external store, pamment brick walkways and a discreetly positioned greenhouse. A further raised seating area set in a shingle bed is well placed to enjoy the South facing front aspect with a covered store area to rear.

SERVICES: Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Electric heating. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.


Contact David Burr Leavenheath

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01206 263007 or email leavenheath@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • A charming village property
  • Wealth of period features
  • Inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers, leaded-light windows
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Ground-floor shower room
  • 2 first-floor bedrooms and bathroom
  • An impressive 130ft rear garden
  • Walking distance to village amenities
  • Colchester 6 miles

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: An exceptionally well presented two bedroom (one en-suite) mid-terrace period cottage, centrally located within the historic village of Nayland. Located on the Suffolk/Essex border and lying within the Dedham Vale area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the property is well-suited as a either a principal residence, additional/investment property or as a holiday cottage. Having been subject to an extensive programme of restorative improvements by the current owners the accommodation is brimming with character with notable period features including an array of exposed timbers and stud-work, leaded light casement windows, inglenook fireplace, fitted shaker style kitchen with oak preparation surfaces and integrated appliances.
Further benefits to the property include landscaped gardens, tiered over a number of levels with fence-lined border, summerhouse with a raised deck terrace, flourishing flower beds and a timber-framed external store.


Panelled timber door opening to:

SITTING ROOM: 16' 3" x 12' 0" into fireplace (4.96m x 3.66m into fireplace) With leaded light casement window range to front elevation and an array of exposed timbers and studwork. The focal point of the room is a brick inglenook fireplace with hearth, inset woodburning stove and bressummer beam over. Twin doors opening to corner store, timbered opening to kitchen/breakfast room.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 14' 7" x 8' 6" (4.45m x 2.61m) Fitted with a matching range of shaker-style base and wall units comprising soft-close cutlery draws, deep-fill pan drawers, curved corner units and fold-out wall units. An extensive range of oak preparation surfaces provide a finish very much in keeping with the remainder of the cottage, notable further features include a ceramic butler sink unit and fitted appliances including a Neff double-oven with a hide and slide door, microwave oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The oak surfaces extend to provide a seating area with strip-wood effect flooring and underfloor heating. Panel-glazed double doors opening to the rear gardens.

DINING ROOM: 15' 8" x 9' 2" (4.80m x 2.81m) With leaded light casement window range to front, array of exposed timber and studwork. Stripped engineered oak flooring and useful corner storage units.

SHOWER ROOM: 8' 1" x 3' 6" (2.48m x 1.07m) Partly tiled and fitted with wash handbasin, tiled flooring throughout and fully tiled separately screened shower unit. Wall-mounted heated towel radiator and glass screen to rear.

First-floor

BEDROOM 1: 15' 9" x 11' 7" (4.82m x 3.55m) With windows to front and rear, useful fitted corner storage units and hatch to the loft. Door with Suffolk latch and step down to:

BEDROOM 2: 10' 4" x 8' 5" (3.15m x 2.59m) With casement window range to front, extensive fitted wardrobe units and door with Suffolk latch to:

EN-SUITE BATHROOM: 8' 5" x 4' 9" (2.57m x 1.46m) Fitted with ceramic WC, oval ceramic wash hand basin within a glass-fronted storage unit, bath with tiling above and a wall-mounted heated towel radiator and Velux window to rear.

Outside The property enjoys a central village location, positioned on Bear Street amidst an array of individual listed buildings. Conveniently located for the Ofsted 'outstanding' rated village primary school, Littlegarth Independent Preparatory school, village butchers, public house, River Stour and range of countryside walks and public footpaths.

The rear gardens are one of the properties most vibrant features with a wealth of colour, various walkways, raised beds, summerhouse setting a raised deck terrace, useful timber framed external store, pamment brick walkways and a discreetly positioned greenhouse. A further raised seating area set in a shingle bed is well placed to enjoy the South facing front aspect with a covered store area to rear.

SERVICES: Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Electric heating. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.

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